Caffélatex Remover – Latex remover

Caffélatex Remover is a modern solvent that will soften/dissolve dried-out natural or synthetic latex stains from bicycle frames and clothes.

12.50 CHF


  • It removes latex stains from solid surfaces
  • No dangerous or flammable chemicals


How it works

    Apply a droplet of Caffélatex Remover on the stain, wait for 10-20 seconds, remove the stain. Repeat the process if needed. Rinse with water afterwards.
    WARNING: even if  it won’t attack most paints and fabrics, we recommend testing Caffélatex Remover over smaller, hidden areas.
    Immediately clean Caffélatex Remover if any excess goes on sticker/decals, as some might be dissolved.
    Success depends on the fabric type and on the fabric ability to absorb/retain the sealant. As Caffélatex Remover formula comes from the dry-clean industry, it’s state-of-the-art in terms of stain removal from fabrics… but on some fabrics it won’t be enough. Rinse with water afterwards.
    The action of Caffélatex Remover is so strong it will even restore blocked valve mechanisms. Apply a droplet on the valve tip and move the mechanism to make it penetrate. Rinse with water afterwards.

Not dangerous or flammable

Even if it’s so effective, Caffélatex Remover doesn’t contain any dangerous or flammable chemicals.


50 ml bottle.

Made in Italy.


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6 responses to “Caffélatex Remover – Latex remover

  1. Hello
    I have once again been presented with tyres that a customer cannot seal due to lumpy residue round the bead. Does your latex remover work on other brands besides your own? I’ve been struggling to get it off.

    1. Hello David,
      many thanks for your message.
      Yes, Caffélatex Remover works with any latex sealant (be it natural or synthetic latex) and can be used to soften solid lumps of dried-up sealant on the beads of the tyre. It’s indeed a very critic area for proper tubeless functioning. It might take some time for CL Remover to soften very old/hard latex. I use it on a cotton cloth that I then rub on the bead, wait one or two minutes and repeat until the lumps start to come off.

  2. I am running caffelatex in my road tubular tyres. The sealant has blocked the valve extender such that I can no longer pump the tyre up. Even if the valve core is completely removed, no air escapes. Any ideas to resolve this? I don’t want to throw the tyre out, as it is quite new.

  3. I just bought 2 bottles of Caffelatex Remover. Can you send me instuctions on how to remove Caffelatex from my rims?

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Bob, it’s a tedious work but the result will be excellent: put a droplet of CL Remover on a Caffélatex stain, wait some time (between 10 seconds to 5 minutes), then rub the stain with a rag. If the stain goes away, move on to the next, if not… repeat. As you get familiar with the process, you will want to cut some corners (like putting CL Remover on the rag and ‘attack’ stains with that), just make sure the rim paint or stickers are not aggressed by CL Remover. If so, better do one stain at the time. Cheers!